Skip to main content

Full text of "Circle (Abbot Academy yearbook)"

See other formats


p# * tg? E$ &^&^9fe^-«3 C§0 C^O 0$ cgD 



y4/J7K> 1778 



^ 

s 



PHILLIPS ACADEMY 



O Jr \ S,B1 / \%nr 




OLIVER-WENDELL- HOLMES # 

LIBRARY I 



# # # <f» #-^^^fe-# # # # # 




l^yi 



j4x 




t's 







Digitized by the Internet Archive 

in 2013 



http://archive.org/details/circleabbotacade1960abbo 



&/t^JLl> 



■^ss* 585 ? 



f . * 




(\ 






Dedication 




MR. DAVID ROBB 

"An honest man, close-button 'd to the chin, 
Broadcloth without, and a warm heart within" 



MlVP,?. 




MRS. ALEXANDER CRANE, Principal 



'The learned eye is still the loving one 



i 








r 





■ 



ItaL 



?■' / 



« 



V . 



■ 
















Jt 



fc» «g 




4 



' 



V, 









ANTOINETTE HALL TAYLOR 
Donor of the Infirmary 



. 









- I 




Miss Hilary Andrade-Thompson, English 

B.A. Honors, London University; Certificate 
of Education, Cambridge University. 




Mrs. Mary Howe Baker, Librarian 
A.B. Vassar College; M.A. Radcliffe College. 




Mile. Marie Baratte, French 

Baccalaureat - es - Lettres, University of 
Rennes; B.S. Dumfermline H.S.; M.A. Edin- 
burgh University. 




Miss Janet Bolen, Physics 
B.S. Madison College. 



Mile. Louise Courtois, French 
Baccalaureat-es-Lettres and Certificat d'apti- 
tude a l'enseignement de l'anglais from the 
Sorbonne; A.B., M.A. Mt. Holyoke College. 



llllllllJIII, 




Miss Dorothy Dains, Mathematics 
A.B. Pembroke College. 



W &» 



■ ■.'■■' ',.-■'"■ ■ 




Miss Carolyn Goodwin, Mathematics 
A.B., M.A. Smith College. 



Miss Isabel M. Hancock, 

Director of Admissions, Mathematics 
A.B. Hollins College; M.A. in Teaching, 
Radcliffe College. 





Mrs. Paul C. DeGavre, Latin 
A.B. New Jersey College for Women. 




Miss Anne Harriss, English 
A.B. Bennington College. 




Miss Mildred A. Hatch 

Director of Residence, Latin 
A.B. Boston University. 





Miss Margaret G. Howland, History, 
Curator of John-Esther Art Gallery 
A.B. Barnard College; M.A. Bryn Mawr 
College. 




Miss Edith T. Jones, French 
A.B. Middlebury College. 




Miss Dorothy Y. Judd, Spanish 

B.S. College of William and Mary; M.A. 
Columbia University; M.A. Middlebury 
College. 



8 



Miss Marian McEnery, History 
A.B. Wellesley College; M.A. Boston Uni- 
versity. 



iii! iiiifc 




Miss Georgia Anne Mcllwaine, Mathematics 
A.B. University of Chattanooga 




Mrs. Richard Norwood, History 
A.B. Wellesley College. 









\R »r 



"S^goyP 




Mrs. John H. Sisson, English 
A.B. Vassar College; M.A. Wellesley College. 





Miss Harriet E. McKee, Latin 
A.B. Vassar College; M.A. Columbia Uni- 
versity. 




9 



Mme. Jacques Tallot, French 
Licenciee-es-Lettres University of Rennes. 



r g!(J 




Miss J. Pamela Tinker, Biology 

B.Sc. Sheffield University; Diploma in Edu- 
cation, Sheffield University; Diploma in 
Administration, University of Leeds. 





Miss Eleanor M. Tucker, 

Director of Studies, Chemistry 

A.B., M.A. Smith College. 



Mrs. Paul Werner, English 
A.B. Bryn Mawr College. 




ADMINISTRATIVE AIDES 

Back Row: Mrs. Frank B. Brainerd, Miss Elisabeth A. Quimby, Mrs. Caroline C. Eaton, Mrs. 

Henry E. Davies, Mrs. Arthur Neumark. 

Front Row: Miss Alice Blake, Mrs. Malcolm Sachse, Mrs. Arthur R. Luce, Jr., Mrs. Arthur 

Quintal, Miss Louise Robinson, Mrs. Frank DiClemente. 

Missing: Mrs. George Richards, Mrs. John O'Neil. 



Mrs. Walter G. Greenall, Jr., Language Training 
B.S. Boston University. 

Mrs. J. Theodore Whitney, Language Training 
A.B. Smith College. 

Miss Olthje Christine Von Erpecom, Speech and Drama 
Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, London, Study at University of 
Florence, National Theatre of Bergen, Norway, and Old Vic 
Theatre, London. 

Mrs. Harford W. H. Powel, Jr., Art 
Bachelor of Design, Harriet Sophie Newcomb College. 





Miss Catherine Jane Sullivan, Alumnae Secretary 

Miss Hope Coolidge, Dietician, House Superintendent 

Mr. Gardner Sutton, Comptroller and Business Manager 

Dr. Hans Sidon, Bible 



Miss Yi-an Chang, Piano 

Miss Gertrude Tingley, Voice 

Mrs. Charles Stahle, Accompanist 

Mr. Raymond Coon, Organ, Piano, Music Theory 

Missing: Miss Margot Warner, Choral Director; 

Miss Gertrude Ehrhart, Voice. 




11 




PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

Miss Janet Bolen 
Miss Shirley Ritchie 
Mrs. J. Kenrick Butler 



INFIRMARY 

Miss Marian G. Perkins, R.N. 
Dr. Charles H. Hollis, M.D. 
Miss Julia Kathleen Ayre, R.N. 





HOUSEMOTHERS 

Mrs. Harold Bond 

Mrs. Mervin E. Stevens 



12 




SENIOR PARLOR 




DORMITORY ROOM 

13 




ALICE COLE ANTHONY 

65 Westwood Rd., West Hartford, Conn. 

"Give every man thine ear 

but few thy voice" 

1958-1960 Commencement Play 3; Senior 

Drama Group 4; Yearbook Committee 4; 

Honor Roll 3; Head of Posture Week 3. 







— 




CORNELIA POPE AUXIER 

2016 Cordova Ave., Vero Beach, Fla. 

"Tomorrow's a new day, work and 

back to bed again" 

1956-1957, 1958-1960 Corridor Proctor 1, 
3; Fidelio 4; Class Play 1; Debate 4; Presi- 
dent of A.C.A. 4; Sunday School Teaching 
3; Choir 4; Treasurer of Class 1; Executive 
Committee for Bazaar 3. 





SALLY BABB 
66 West Rd., New Canaan, Conn. 
"Gentle in method, strong in performance" 
1958-1960 Corridor Proctor 4; Davis Hall 
Marshal 3; Fidelio 4; Fidelio Librarian 4; 
Editor-in-Chief of Courant 4; Head of Ba- 
zaar Committee 3. 




14 




SALLY ANN BARNGROVE 

63 Pollard Rd., Mountain Lakes, N.J. 

"Quiet as she may seem, one can never tell" 

1958-1960 Head Chapel Proctor 4; Senior 

Drama Group 4; Senior Parlor Committee 4. 





JUDITH PARSONS BEECHER 
Bobolink Lane, Greenwich, Conn. 
"There was never a saint with red hair" 
1957-1960 Corridor Proctor 3; Class Play 
2; Senior Drama Group 4; Griffin Team Cap- 
tain 4; "Rejects" 4. 








MILLICENT DIANE R. BETHUNE 
Salem Rd., Topsfield, Mass. 
"Beneath her mild exterior, 
there is a spark of mischief" 

1956-1960 Day Student Proctor 1, 2; Class 
Play 1; W.U.S. Representative 2; Numerals 
3; Fidelio 3, 4. 



15 





WENDY BOLTON 
R.F.D. #1, Boxford, Mass. 
"Why take life so seriously, you'll 
never get out of it alive" 
1956-1960 Corridor Proctor 1, 2, 3; Vice 
President of Class 2; Social Committee 2; 
Secretary of Class 4; Honor Roll 1; Honor- 
able Mention 4; Class Play 1, 2; Commence- 
ment Play 3; Senior Drama Group 4; "Re- 
jects" 4; Varsity Soccer 2, 3, 4; Numerals 2; 
"A" Society 3, 4; Sunday School Teaching 
2,3. 





SUSAN ALICE BRENNAN 
Great Pond Rd., North Andover, Mass. 
"Her blush is guiltiness, not modesty" 
1956-1960 Fidelio 2, 3, 4; Varsity Soccer 
2, 3; Varsity Softball 3; Numerals 2; "A" 
Society 3, 4; High Honors 3, 4; Class Play 
1, 2; W.U.S. 3; Honor Roll 1; Honorable 
Mention 2; Song Leader 1, 2, 3; Secretary 
of Class 1; Vice President of Class 3; Head 
of Day Students 4; Executive Bazaar Com- 
mittee 3; Choir 2, 3, 4. 





CYNTHIA COBURN BUMP 

Surplus St., Duxbury, Mass. 

"1 sighed and looked and sighed again" 

1958-1960 Davis Hall Marshal 3; Fidelio 
3, 4; Commencement Play 3; Secretary of 
A.A.A. 4; Treasurer of Class 3. 




16 



«w^ 




JULIA AMELIA CABRAL 

Pte. Trajillo #57, Santiago de los Caballeros, 
Dominican Republic 

"Confucius say: Girl with beautiful eyes 
soon put man on blink" 

1957-1960 Davis Hall Marshal 3; Class 
Play 2; Senior Drama Group 4; Head of 
Bazaar Committee 3. 





AMELIA COMAS BACARDI 

194 #1320 esq 15 Biltmore, Havana, Cuba 
"Laugh, and the world laughs with me" 

1958-1960 Fidelio 4; Dance Group 3, 4; 
Commencement Play 3; Senior Drama 
Group 4; W.U.S. 3; W.U.S. Chairman 4. 




■.I*/ 



QlRO 



BARBARA LLOYD COOPER 

15 Indian Rock Rd., New Canaan, Conn. 

"Tobacco is a dirty weed; I like it" 
1957-1960 Cheerleader 3; Senior Drama 
Group 4; A.C.A. Representative 2. 




17 




RUTH EVELYN COX 

424 High St., Bethlehem, Penn. 

"The good I stand on is my 
truth and honesty" 

1957-1960 Corridor Proctor 3; New Fi- 
delio 2; Fidelio 3, 4; Varsity Hockey 4; 
Numerals 3; Commencement Play 3; Senior 
Drama Group 4; Gargoyle Team Captain 4; 
Class Secretary 2; Fidelio Librarian 4; Head 
of Bazaar Committee 3; Honor Roll 4. 





ALEXANDRA MARIA CRANE 

9 Abbot St., Andover, Mass. 
"I will lift up mine eyes unto the hill" 
1956-1960 Varsity Softball 3; Numerals 4; 
Class Play 1, 2; Yearbook Committee 4; 
A.C.A. Representative 2; Vice President of 
Class 1; Griffin Cheerleader 2. 





MARGARET LANDENE DANIELSON 

Cutler Rd., Andover, Mass. 
"As full of spirit as the month of May" 
1956-1960 Chapel Proctor 2; Day Student 
Proctor 1, 2; Varsity Soccer 3, 4; Soccer 
Coach 3, 4; Varsity Basketball 3; Basketball 
Coach 3; Varsity Lacrosse 3; Lacrosse Coach 
2, 3; Numerals 2; "A" Society 3, 4; High 
Honors 3, 4; Class Secretary 1; Treasurer of 
Day Students 4; Bazaar Committee Chair- 
man 3. 




18 




ADRIENNE MARIE DAVIS 

235 Laurel Ave., S.W., Atlanta 14, Georgia 

"Her very foot has music in it" 
1958-1960 Corridor Proctor 3; Chapel 
Proctor 3; Fidelio .3, 4; Dance Group 3, 4 
Assistant Director Commencement Play 3 
Senior Drama Group, Music Director 4 
A.C.A. Representative 3; Vice President 
A.C.A. 4; Sunday School Teaching, pianist 4. 





JANET DENNISON 

The Old Stone House 

Middle Haddam, Conn. 

"The best of healers is good cheer" 

1958-1960 Commencement Play 3; Secre- 
tary of A.C.A. 4. 







®%ie 



ELIZABETH TAYLOR DEXTER 
409 Bayview Dr., Rte. 13, Clearwater, Fla. 

"Her ways are ways of pleasantness" 
1958-1960 Corridor Proctor 4; Fidelio 3, 4; 
Dance Group 4; Cheerleader 3; Debating 3; 
Sunday School Teaching 3, 4; Bazaar Com- 
mittee Chairman 3. 




19 




MARGOT DIANE DRAYTON 
632 North Bay St., Manchester, N.H. 
"I never met a man I didn't like" 
1957-1960 Chapel Proctor 2, 3, 4; Dance 
Group 2, 3, 4; Dance Coach 3; Commence- 
ment Play 3; Senior Drama Group 4; De- 
hating 4; Executive Bazaar Committee 3; 
Graduation Dance Committee 4; Bazaar 
Committee Chairman 3. 




"Jgn^B/ 7 



ANNA DUDLEY 
Exeter, N.H. 
"A fair exterior is a silent recommendation" 
1958-1960 Chapel Proctor 4; Fidelio 4; 
Honorable Mention 3; Honor Roll 3; Herald 
Tribune Representative 4. 




\ 




PAULETTE JEANNE DUFAULT 
State Sanatorium, Rutland, Mass. 
"With a smile like a pearl" 
1957-1960 Chapel Proctor 3, 4; Davis Hall 
Marshal 3; Fidelio 4; Class Play 2; Com- 
mencement Plav 3; Senior Drama Group 4; 
Brooks Play 3. 




20 



W*L 



MARY CALVERT TRUXTUN DYER 

3 Pie Alley, Marion, Mass. 

"A good folly is worth what you pay for it" 

1957-1960 Tennis Varsity 4; Numerals 4; 
Class Play 2; Commencement Play 3; Debat- 
ing 4; W.U.S. Representative 4; Graduation 
Dance Committee 4. 





MARGARET ELSEMORE 
11 Main St., Dixfield, Maine 
"Golden opinions from all sorts of people" 
1958-1960 Corridor Proctor 3; Fidelio 3, 4; 
Commencement Play 3; Brooks Plav 3; "Miss 
Chords" 3, 4; Class President 3; Choir 3, 4; 
President of Student Government 4; Honor- 
able Mention 4. 





MARY ALICE FELDBLUM 

18 Nassau St., Great Neck, L.I., New York 

"Let's start a riot" 

1957-1960 Numerals 3; Basketball Coach 
3; Soccer Coach 3; Cheerleader 2, 3; De- 
bating 4; Sunday School Teaching 4; Senior 
Drama Group 4. 




21 



'4JP* «. 






P%, 


sB 




^B j^ 




■--'"" A 





SARAH PHILLIPS FOOTE 
Cornwall Bridge, Conn. 

"Art in the blood is liable to 
take the strangest forms" 
1956-1960 Corridor Proctor 2; Davis Hall 
Marshal 3; Fidelio 3, 4; Varsity Fencing 1, 
2, 3; Varsity Archery 2; Varsity Tennis 4; 
Tennis Coach 4; Class Play 1, 2; Commence- 
ment Play 3; Yearbook Committee 4; W.U.S. 
Representative 1; Sunday School Teaching 
3; Numerals 3; Prom Committee 3; "Miss 
Chords" 3, 4. 





SHARON LYNNE FURNEAUX 
5 Morelands Terrace, New Bedford, Mass. 

"What a plague is love" 
1956-1960 Corridor Proctor 1; Davis Hall 
Marshal 3; Chapel Proctor 4; Sunday School 
Teaching 4; W.U.S. Representative. 





KRISTIANNE GRAHAM 

Box 44, Woods Hole, Mass. 

"Why not mix a little folly with ivisdom" 

1958-1960 Fidelio 3, 4; New Fidelio 2; 
Varsity Archery 3; Commencement Play 3; 
Brooks Play 3; Senior Drama Group 4; Di- 
rector of Prep Play 4; Yearbook Committee 
4; Honor Roll 4. 




22 




JOAN THAYER HAGERMAN 
Holderness School, Plymouth, N.H. 
"A smile that lights up the dullest room" 
1956-1960 Corridor Proctor 2; Fidelio 4; 
New Fidelio 3; Numerals 3; Class Play 1, 2; 
Commencement Play 3; President of Class 
2; Vice President of Student Government 4; 
Bazaar Executive Committee 3. 





BARBARA ELIZABETH HEINDEL 

4225 Stratford Rd., Youngstown 12, Ohio 

"1 don't let my studies interfere 
with my education" 

1958-1960 Corridor Proctor 4; A.C.A. Rep- 
resentative 4. 





ANN PERFECT HODGKINSON 

Demesne Farm, Doddington, Nantwich, 

Cheshire, England 

"A merry heart, a cheerful countenance" 

1959-1960 Senior Parlor Committee 4; 

A.C.A. Representative 4. 




23 




ALICE MARY HORN 

South Main St., Centerville, Mass. 

"She doth little kindnesses 

which most leave undone" 

1956-57 1958-1960 Dance Group 4; Senior 

Drama Group 4; W.U.S. Representative 2, 

3; A.C.A. Representative 4. 




* 




JANE ABBOT HUMPHREY 

595 Hopmeadow St., Simsbury, Conn. 

"Her delight is in sailing ships" 

1957-1960 Corridor Proctor 3; Senior 

Drama Group 4; Student Representative for 

New York Times 4. 





CLARISSA PHELPS HUTCHINS 
1046 Pequot Rd., Southport, Conn. 
"Confidence is the companion of success" 
1957-1960 Corridor Proctor 2; Davis Hall 
Marshal 3; Fidelio 3, 4; New Fidelio 2; 
Class Play 2; Commencement Play 3; Senior 
Drama Group 4; Choir 4; Vice President of 
Class 3; Social Committee 3; Prom Commit- 
tee 3; Honor Roll 3; Honorable Mention 2, 4; 
Head of News 4. 




24 




MARY ELIZABETH HUTCHINS 

501 Highland Rd., Ithaca, New York 

"Music hath charms" 

1958-1960 Fidelio 3, 4; President of Fi- 

delio 4; Choir 3, 4; "Miss Chords" 3, 4; 

Dance Group 3, 4. 





TERRY LEE HYDEMAN 
980 Arlington Rd., York, Penn. 
"Carefree as the wind" 
1957-1960 Soccer, First Team 2, 4. 





SARA CHITTENDEN JASPER 
115 Hampshire Rd., Syracuse 3, New York 

"Short hut sweet" 
1958-1960 Chapel Proctor 3; Treasurer of 
A.C.A. 4; Honorable Mention 3. 




25 




ALLISON DIANA JENNINGS 

Wahackme Rd., New Canaan, Conn. 
"I can keep a secret, but the 
people I tell can't" 
1957-1960 Varsity Tennis 2, 3; Class Play 
2; Senior Drama Group 4; Debating 3, 4; 
A.C.A. Representative 2, 3, 4; Sunday School 
Teaching 4; Combined Orchestra 2; Gradu- 
ation Dance Committee 4; Parlor Commit- 
tee 4. 





HANNAH JOPLING 
R.D. #14, Bywater Rd., Annapolis, Md. 

"No one ever tells me anything" 
1956-1960 Corridor Proctor 1, 2; Varsity 
Lacrosse 2, 3; Hockey Varsity 3, 4; Numer- 
als 2; "A" Society 3, 4; Class Play 2; Com- 
mencement Play 3; Vice President of A.A.A. 
4; "Rejects" 4. 





ANNE WEBSTER KALES 

8 Morven Place, Princeton, NJ. 

"The world belongs to the enthusiast 
who keeps cool" 

1957-1960 Varsity Basketball 2; Varsity 
Hockey 3; Varsity Lacrosse 3; Numerals 3; 
"A" Society 3, 4; Commencement Play 3; 
A.C.A. Representative 3; Treasurer of A.A.A. 
4; Class Treasurer 3; Bazaar Executive Com- 
mittee 3; "Rejects" 4; Honorable Mention 4. 




26 




SUSAN ANN KASSLER 
Lafayette Road West, Princeton, N.J. 
"To love the game beyond the prize" 
1957-1960 Varsity Lacrosse 2, 3; Numerals 
3; "A" Society 3, 4; Class Play 2; President 
of A. A. A. 4; Sunday School Teaching 2; 
"Rejects" 4; President of Class 2; Prom 
Committee 3. 





CAROLYN VIRGINIA KENT 

135 Cliff St., Burlington, Vt. 

"My mind is my kingdom" 

1956-1960 New Fidelio 3; Fidelio 4; Class 
Play 1, 2; Senior Drama Group 4; Courant 
3, 4; Chapel Proctor 2, 4; Choir 4; Honor 
Roll 2, 3, 4; Honorable Mention 2. 




v 




LINDSAY KNOWLTON 
41 North St., Grafton, Mass. 

"All the world's a stage" 
1957-1960 Corridor Proctor 2; Davis Hall 
Marshal 3; Varsity Tennis 3, 4; Numerals 4; 
Class Play 2; Senior Drama Group 4; Co- 
Director of Prep Play 4; Senior Parlor 
Committee. 




27 





mk 




1f*»v. ^k 











■ 



GILLIAN BREWSTER KOHLER 

Thornhill, Kohler, Wisconsin 

"Never a dull moment" 

1958-1960 Fidelio 3, 4; Archery Varsity 3; 

Varsity Soccer 4; Commencement Play 3; 

Social Committee 4. 





CO 



DEBORAH MARIE C. KRICHELS 
Apple Hill, South Lee, Mass. 
"Then she will talk, and how she will talk" 
1956-1960 Corridor Proctor 2; Davis Hall 
Marshal 3; New Fidelio 3; Fidelio 4; Varsity 
Track 1, 2, 3; Class Play 1, 2; Debating 
3; W.U.S. Representative 1; A.C.A. Repre- 
sentative 2. 









mw. 




w ^ 




Li 




™" W^ 






k X 


i 






BARBARA CAROLINE LEWIS 
Loveland Rd., Norwich, Vt. 

"Rich in thought and character" 
1957-1960 Corridor Proctor 3, 4; Fidelio 
4; Varsity Hockey 4; Chairman of Bazaar 
Committee 3; Honor Roll 2; Class Secretary 
2; A.C.A. Representative 2. 




t 



28 




SUSAN LOTHROP 

6 Harriman Ave., Reading, Mass. 

"A little rebellion now and then 

is a good thing" 

1956-1960 Day Student Proctor 2; Chapel 
Proctor 2, 4; New Fidelio 3; Fidelio 4; Nu- 
merals 3; Class Play 1; Yearbook Commit- 
tee 4; W.U.S. Representative 4. 



<mi 








V 





EDITH MAY LOTT 
23 Crystal St., Greenwood, Mass. 
"Always be true to one, not to two" 
1958-1960 Fidelio 3, 4; Varsity Tennis 3, 
4; Commencement Play 3; Senior Drama 
Group 4; Bazaar Committee Head 3; Sec- 
retary of Student Government 4; "Miss 
Chords" 3, 4. 





HEATH MALONE 

193 Main St., Andover, Mass. 
"He hath given her ability to perform" 
1956-1960 Day Student Proctor 1, 2; Cha- 
pel Proctor 2; Dance Group 2, 3, 4; Numer- 
als 2; "A" Society 4; Varsity Tennis 1; Class 
Play 1; Cheerleader 3, 4. 



29 





JOYCE CLAIRE MATTEIS 

27 Lincoln St., Kensington, Conn. 
"Good humor teaches charm to last" 
1957-1960 Corridor Proctor 2; New Fidelio 
2; Fidelio 3, 4; Commencement Play 3; 
Courant 3; W.U.S. Representative 3; A.C.A. 
Representative 2; "Miss Chords" 3, 4; Vice 
President of Class 2, 4; Honorable Mention 
2; Social Committee 4. 





JOYCE MIRIAM NASSAR 

60 Hidden Rd., Andover, Mass. 

"Happiness, the twin-horn of Devotion" 

1956-1960 Day Student Proctor 1; Chapel 
Proctor 4; Numerals 3; Class Play 1; Debat- 
ing 4; Yearbook Committee 4. 





BARBARA JANE NORR 
143 Hobart Rd., Newton Centre 59, Mass. 

"She's a nonexistent weenie" 
1957-1960 Corridor Proctor 3; Bazaar 
Committee Chairman 3; Honor Roll 3; Hon- 
orable Mention 3. 




30 




CHARLOTTE PAMELA PALMER 

64 Elm St., Lynbrook, N.Y. 

"Only weeds grow tall" 

1958-1960 Corridor Proctor 3; Debating 3; 
Secretary of Debating 4; Yearbook Commit- 
tee 4; Sunday School Teaching 3, 4; Honor- 
able Mention 4. 





ATHANASIA PANAYOTAKOU 

127 Lykourgos St., Athens, Greece 

"Good things come in small packages" 

1958-1960 Dance Group 4; W.U.S. Repre- 
sentative 3, 4; The "Abbot Rabbot" 4. 



A 



H 




VIRGINIA CONANT PRATT 
221 Rriarwood Crossing 
Lawrence, L.I., New York 
"Flirtation, attention without intention" 
1956-1960 Corridor Proctor 3; Chapel 
Proctor 3; Dance Group 4; Numerals 2; "A" 
Society President 4; Varsity Tennis 1, 2, 3; 
Class Play 1, 2; Commencement Play 3; 
Senior Drama Group 4; A.C.A. Representa- 
tive 1, Head of Walks 4; Bazaar Committee 
Chairman 3; Graduation Dance Commit- 
tee 4. 




31 




DIANE IONE RALPHS 

5 Crest Rd. West, Rolling Hills, Calif. 

"We that are true lovers 

run to strange capers" 

1956-1960 Chapel Proctor 3; Debate 3, 4; 
Head of Sunday School Teachers 4; Class 
Play 1, 2; Commencement Play 3; Senior 
Drama Group 4; Numerals 3. 







PHYLLIS BARRIE ROSS 

226 Heather St., Manchester, N.H. 

"All things won by diligence" 

1959-1960 Corridor Proctor 3, 4; Com- 
mencement Play 3; Brooks Play 3; Debating 
3; President of Debating 4; Chairman of 
Bazaar Committee 3. 





MARCIA LEE SALIBA 
Gardner Ave., Andover, Mass. 
"From her fair flesh may violets spring" 
1956-1960 Chapel Proctor 3; Day Student 
Proctor 1, 2; Fidelio 4; Numerals 4; Class 
Play 1; Honor Roll 1; Honorable Mention 1. 




32 



^T^\ 




AIDA SHARABATI 

P.O. Box 90, Damascus, Syria 

"Eyes — bright and as black and 
burning as coal" 

1957-1960 Corridor Proctor 2, 4; Debating 
3; W.U.S. Representative 2. 





CAMILLA ADELAIDE SHERMAN 

1709 Wisconsin Ave., Racine, Wisconsin 
"The first duty of a woman 
is to be well-dressed" 
1957-1960 Corridor Proctor 2; Davis Hall 
Marshal 3; Senior Drama Group 4; Secretary 
of Class 3; Chairman of Social Committee 4; 
Bazaar Committee Head 3. 





CYNTHIA LLOYD SMITH 
Little Compton, R.I. 
"I can believe anything, 
provided it is incredible" 
1958-1960 Dance Group 3; Commence- 
ment Play 3; Senior Drama Group 4; Chair- 
man Senior Parlor Committee 4. 




s 



rS 



33 




MARY-CANDACE SMITH 

1809 Roma Ave. N.E., Albuquerque, N.M. 
"Good humor makes all things tolerable" 
1957-1960 Fidelig" 4; Courant 3, 4. 





NANCY ANN SMITH 

Prattling Pond Rd., Farmington, Conn. 

"She will give the devil his due" 

1957-1960 Corridor Proctor 2, 3; New Fi- 
delio 2; Fidelio 3, 4; Tennis Varsity 3, 4; 
Varsity Softball 3; Numerals 3; Head of 
Senior-Mid Talent Show 3; Class Play 2; 
Commencement Play 3; Head Yearbook 
Committee 4; A.C.A. Representative 2; Hon- 
or Roll 2, 3, 4; Honorable Mention 2, 3. 





OLEA CHAPMAN SMITH 

Sandy Hook, Conn. 

"Whenever you get the urge to exercise, 

just lie down until it passes" 
1956-1960 Corridor Proctor 2; Varsity 
Soccer 3; Numerals 3; Class Play 1, 2; 
Courant 3, 4; W.U.S. Co-Chairman 4; Sun- 
day School Teaching 3; Class President 1, 3; 
Bazaar Committee Chairman 3; Honorable 
Mention 2, 4; Honor Roll 1, 2. 




34 




SUSAN MANN SPALDING 

Main St., Vineyard Haven, Mass. 

"My kingdom for a horse" 

1956-1960 Fidelio 3, 4; Class Play 1, 2; 
Varsity Track 1; Choir 4. 





KATHY CAMPBELL STEVENS 

83 Academy Rd., North Andover, Mass. 

"Flee from the crowd 

and dwell with truthfulness" 

1956-1960 Day Student Proctor 1, 2, 4; 
Chapel Proctor 1, 2; Class Play 1; Senior 
Drama Group 4; Numerals 3; Varsity La- 
crosse 3; Varsity Soccer 4; Honor Roll 1, 2; 
Honorable Mention 3. 





ANNE COOPER TARBELL 

15 High St., Belfast, Maine 

"Imagine me preferring books to men" 

1958-1960 Davis Hall Marshal 3; Fidelio 
3, 4. 



35 





DOROTHY TOD 
98 Fairway Dr., Youngstown, Ohio 
"They mocked me for too much curiosity" 
1957-1960 Corridor Proctor 2; Dance 
Group 4; Numerals 3; Commencement Play 
3; Senior Drama Group 4; Yearbook Com- 
mittee 4; Cheerleader 3, 4; Honorable Men- 
tion 2, 3; Walk Leader 4. 





ANN COLEMAN TWITCHELL 

151 Ledge Rd., Burlington, Vt. 

"Patience, and shuffle the cards" 

1958-1960 New Fidelio 3; Fidelio 4; Senior 
Drama Group 4. 





ANN DeHAVEN VALKENBURGH 
201 Newton Turnpike, Westport, Conn. 
"The pen is mightier than the sword" 

1957-1960 New Fidelio 2; Fidelio 3, 4; 
Courant Apprentice Editor; President of 
Class 4; Secretary of Class 3; Executive Ba- 
zaar Committee 3; "Miss Chords" 3, 4; 
Honorable Mention 2; Honor Roll 2, 3, 4. 




36 




ELIZABETH MITCHELL VAN WINKLE 
31 Centre St., Rye, N.Y. 
"With quiet inattention hear him prate" 
1957-1960 Varsity Archery 3; Class Play 
2; Commencement Play 3; Senior Drama 
Group 4; Graduation Dance Committee 4; 
Honor Roll 2; Honorable Mention 4. 





SARAH JENNINGS VON DER HEYDE 

Hawks Hill Rd., New Canaan, Conn. 

"No more appetite than a bird, 
You know, one of those eagles" 

1957-1960 Commencement Play 3; Senior 
Drama Group 4; Prep Play Director 4; De- 
bating 4; Yearbook Committee 4; W.U.S. 
Representative 2, 4; Honorable Mention 2, 
4; Honor Roll 2. 




W 




BRENDA BALDWIN WALKER 

271 Oenoke Ridge, New Canaan, Conn. 

"Eat, drink, and he merry 

for tomorrow we diet" 

1957-1960 Corridor Proctor 3; Fidelio 
4; Class Play 2; Commencement Play 
Sunday School Teaching 2; Honor Roll 2, 
Honorable Mention 3; Social Committee 
Bazaar Committee Chairman 3. 



3, 
3; 
3; 
4; 




37 




SUSAN RICHARDSON WALLACE 

2 Dartmouth St., Winchester, Mass. 

"Good order is the foundation 

of all good things" 

1958-1960 Davis Hall Marshal 3; Fidelio 
3, 4; Commencement Play 3; Senior Drama 
Group 4; Co-Head of News 4; Honor Roll 
3; Honorable Mention 3. 




X 



r 




SUSAN GOODWIN WEBER 
99 Maher Ave., Greenwich, Conn. 
"A mighty hunter and her prey is man" 
1957-1960 Corridor Proctor 2, 3; Chapel 
Proctor 3; Fidelio 3, 4; Varsity Hockey 2, 
3, 4; Numerals 3; Hockey Coach; Tennis 
Coach; Class Play 2; W.U.S. Representative 
2; Class Treasurer 2, 4; "Miss Chords" 3, 4. 





MARGARET DODGE WILKINS 

299 High St., Newburyport, Mass. 

"In quietness lies hidden friendship" 

1958-1960 Chapel Proctor 3, 4; Varsity 
Track 3; Varsity Soccer 4; Commencement 
Play 3; Senior Drama Group 4; Courant 3, 
4; Honor Roll 3, 4. 




38 




SUSAN TODD WILKINSON 

Auldwood Lane, Rumson, N.J. 

"Like a bee she loves her Honey" 

1957-1960 Corridor Proctor 2, 3; Fidelio 
3, 4; Varsity Tennis 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Com- 
mittee 4; Choir 4; School Song Leader 4; 
"Miss Chords" 3, 4; Honor Roll 3, 4; Honor- 
able Mention 3. 







HI P ~:33L r» 








V 





7JV LOVING MEMORY OF OUR CLASSMATE, 

PRISCILLA POTTER 

"It matters not how long we live, but how" 




39 




SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

Left to Right: J. Matteis, Vice-President; W. Bolton, Secretary; S. Weber, Treasurer; A. 
Valkenburgh, President; Miss Hancock, Class Advisor. 



SENIOR CLASS SONG 

In the years to come we never will forget 
The standards you've set for us here, 
And the class of '60 carries forward yet 
A torch ever burning through the years. 

The memories . . . the friendships true 
We'll treasure our whole lives through. 
Your loyal daughters ever we will be 
As onward we march behind the blue. 



40 




THE CHAPEL 




THE DINING ROOM 





SENIOR MID CLASS OFFICERS 
FIRST TERM 

Seated: S. Hill, President; L. Bacon, 

Vice-President. 

Standing: K. Stahlbrand, Secretary; C. 

Ule, Treasurer. 



SENIOR MID CLASS OFFICERS 
SECOND TERM 

Seated: S. Knight, Vice-President; G. 

Hodges, President. 

Standing: S. Smith, Secretary; L. Low, 

Treasurer. 




DAY STUDENTS 
First Row: C. Butler, M. Harriman, S. Fox, E. Hyde. 
Back Row: J. Benedict, S. Hill, C. O'Brien, M. Farnsworth, D. Easton, E. Keegan. 



42 



DRAPER FIRST FLOOR O W 

First Row: C. Nassikas, K. Magid, L. 
Barnes, L. Lynch, N. Levin, D. String- 
fellow. 

Second Row: M. Cohen, A. Savage, 
J. Smith, J. Paffard, M. Hale, S. Roth- 
well, H. Reppert, J. Owen. 





DRAPER THIRD FLOOR O W 
First Row: L. Low, E. Holloway, C. 
Ule, P. McClennen, E. Ely, S. Craig, 
A. Lynch. 

Second Row: M. Barton, A. Teve- 
paugh, J. Morton, M. Perry, L. Scott, 
G. Hodges. 

Back Row: S. Knight, J. Goldthwait, 
J. Draper, M. Upton, J. Purser, T. 
Naetzker, L. Erickson, S. Smith, C. 
Marshall. 



DRAPER SECOND FLOOR O W 
First Row: S. Matthews, S. Davis, B. 
Osborne, A. Buerger, P. Edson, E. 
Wanning, A. Fahnestock. 
Second Row: D. Evans, K. Kopelman, 
S. Stouffer, D. MacCorkle, L. Lister, 
P. Rogde. 

Back Row: D. Carpenter, C. Eaton, 
E. Christelow, M. Bidwell, J. Jordan, 
K. Stahlbrand, J. Spurgeon, L. Bac- 
on, S. Nicholson. 






JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 
FIRST TERM 

Seated: B. Crane, Vice-President; D. 
Wheeler, President. 
Standing: J. Davison, Treasurer; H. 
Field, Secretary. 



JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 
SECOND TERM 

Seated: M. Wells, President. 
Standing: B. Marshall, Treasurer; C. 
Matthews, Secretary. 
Missing: A. MacDougall, Vice-Presi- 
dent. 



DAY STUDENTS 

Seated: B. Marshall, K. Krakauer, G. 
Haselton, C. Laaff, B. Crane. 
Standing: M. Currier, K. Grant, N. 
Gillingham, L. Moriarty, M. Concemi. 
Missing: M. Sweet. 





FRENCH HOUSE 

First Row: M. Wells, D. Wheeler, 
E. Wood, A. von der Heyde, L. Cor- 
son, E. Foster. 

Second Row: J. Thurber, G. White- 
head, R. Bradley, B. Brown, C. Ab- 
bott, E. Worcester. 
Back Row: M. Mason, H. Field, S. 
Boynton, A. MacDougall, K. Krause, 
C. Thomas, V. Crane. 



44 



ABBEY HOUSE FIRST FLOOR 
First Row: C. Blake, E. Moulton, J. 
Davison, C. Field. 

Back Row: M. Hill, S. Allen, R. Bart- 
lett, E. Bohlen, K. Grant. 





ABBEY HOUSE SECOND FLOOR 

First Row: C. Dow, N. Matthews, M. 
Henry, M. Lyman. 

Back Row: P. Ware, P. Gray, J. Gil- 
bert, C. Fisher, A. Conrad, C. Wilk- 
erson. 



ABBEY HOUSE THIRD FLOOR 
First Row: K. Feldblum, L. Learned, 
C. Kerr, M. Osborne. 
Back Row: L. Swanberg, R. Kaiser, 
N. Hill, K. Cecil, C. Everett, F. 
Muller. 




45 





PREPARATORY CLASS OFFICERS 

FIRST TERM 
Vice-President: A. Harris 
President: C. Holcombe 



PREPARATORY CLASS OFFICERS 
SECOND TERM 

Secretary-Treasurer: M. O'Rourke 
President: J. Goehring 
Vice-President: M. Powers 




DAY STUDENTS 

Front Row: D. Fitts, M. Kimball, C. 

Kimball, M. Rrown. 

Back Row: H. Hayes, S. Burton, C. 

Bennett, K. Haartz, I. Vardavoulis, 

S. Seecbe. 

Missing: C. Flint. 



SHERMAN 
First -Row: M. Power, J. Goehring, D. 
Miller, B. Hoffman, R. Eustace, A. 
Harris. 

Back Roiv: W. Joline, C. Holcombe, 
E. Moulton, M. Moore, C. Krippen- 
dorf, S. Coolidge, M. O'Rourke, C. 
Davidson, C. Stern, D. Youngblood. 




46 




AIRPLANE VIEW OF ABBOT ACADEMY 




- ^* *, V 

-If-*, *">*', 



■ i jm 




SOUTH HALL (SUNSET) ABBOT HALL SMITH HALL DAVIS HALL 

From School Street 



47 




STUDENT FORUM 
Front Row: C. Flint, E. Wanning, E. Hyde, C. Stern, M. Danielson, J. Matteis, A. Davis. 
Second Row: R. Bradley, C. Abbott, E. Lott, J. Hagerman, H. Jopling, B. Marshall, M. Lyman. 
Back Row: F. Muller, C. Krippendorf, C. Marshall, E. Dexter, A. Sharabati, S. Babb, K. 
Stahlbrand, C. Sherman, S. Roth well, S. Knight, B. Lewis, K. Stevens. 




STUDENT COUNCIL 

Front Row: C. Auxier, J. Hagerman, Vice-President, M. Elsemore, President, E. Lott, Secretary, 
D. Wheeler. 

Back Row: A. Harris, B. Crane, S. Kassler, S. Brennan, L. Bacon, S. Hill, A. Valkenburgh, 
C. Holcombe. 



48 



F l 




COURANT BOARD 

Seated: C. Kent; S. Babb, Editor-in-Chief; Mrs. Werner, S. Matthews. 

Standing: J. Owen, O. Smith, S. Boynton, M. C. Smith, M. Wilkins, M. Powers. 







CIRCLE STAFF 
Seated: A. Anthony; N. Smith, Editor-in-Chief; D. Tod. 

Standing: C. Palmer, K. Graham, S. Von der Heyde, S. Foote, S. Wilkinson, J. Nassar, S. 
Lothrop, A. Crane. 



49 





<*<© Hi 



•^ 




f%f* f^ 




ABBOT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION 

Front Row: K. Krakauer, E. Moulton, C. Nassikas, C. Auxier, A. Davis, 
J. Dennison, S. Jasper, A. Jennings, S. Craig, E. Wood. 
Back Row: A. Horn, E. Keegan, S. Allen, C. Everett, H. Field, B. Hein- 
del, A. Hodgkinson, D. Carpenter, P. Ware, D. Miller. 



ACA OFFICERS 

Vice-President, A. Davis; Treasurer, S. 
Jasper; Secretary, J. Dennison; President, 
C. Auxier. 






V 



L 



WUS OFFICERS 

O. Smith, Assistant to Chairman; A. Comas, 
Chairman. 




WORLD UNIVERSITY SERVICE 

Front Row: S. Von der Heyde, A. Panayotakou, S. Seeche, O. Smith, 
A. Comas, C. Davidson, C. Kerr, C. Nassikas. 

Back Row: E. Wood, M. Dyer, L. Furneaux, G. Whitehead, R. Bartlett, 
S. Lothrop, G. Hodges, L. Lister, A. Conrad, M. Powers. 



50 




SENIOR DRAMA GROUP 
Front Row: S. Barngrove, C. Sherman, J. Beecher, S. Von der Heyde, M. Wilkins, C. Kent 
M. Drayton. 

Second Row: K. Stevens, M. Feldblum, S. Kassler, B. Cooper, A. Jennings, E. Van Winkle, 
A. Horn, A. Davis, S. Wallace. 

Back Row: A. Anthony, V. Pratt, C. Smith, P. Dufault, C. Hutchins, D. Ralphs, L. Knowl- 
ton, J. Humphrey, K. Graham, W. Bolton, A. Twitchell. Missing: R. Cox, A. Comas. 




■ 







SOCIAL COMMITTEE 
Seated: B. Walker, C. Sherman, Chairman, L. Bacon. 
Standing: J. Matteis, G. Kohler, A. Harris, B. Crane. 




DEBATING SOCIETY 

Front Row: M. Drayton, S. Coolidge, M. Dyer, D. Ralphs, M. Feldblum, A. Jennings, C. 
Krippendorf, H. Reppert, A. Buerger, P. Ross, Chairman. 

Back Row: K. Kopelman, H. Field, M. Power, J. Nassar, M. Cohen, C. Auxier, S. Von der 
Heyde, E. Wood, N. Levin, C. Palmer. 







THE FIDELIO SOCIETY 

Front Row: S. Davis, C. Nassikas, S. Craig, D. Stringfellow, A. Valkenburgh, B. Osborne, 

M. Hutchins, President, A. Dudley, C. Kent, E. Lott, K. Graham, L. Lynch, A. Fahnestock, 

S. Matthews. 

Second Row: P. Edson, P. Dufault, B. Lewis, B. Cox, A. Comas, M. Perry, M. Elsemore, L. 

Scott, S. Spalding, D. Krichels, L. Lister, N. Smith, J. Matteis, C. Auxier, A. Davis. 

Third Row: G. Hodges, C. Ule, H. Beppert, E. Dexter, S. Hill, C. Eaton, A. Tarbell, B. Walker, 

S. Lothrop, M. Saliba, J. Benedict. 

Back Row: S. Weber, G. Kohler, C. Bump, S. Wallace, A. Hodgkinson, S. Wilkinson, C. 

Hutchins, J. Purser, M. Smith, S. Brennan, S. Foote, S. Babb, M. Bidwell, L. Erickson, D. 

MacCorkle. Missing: A. Lynch, J. Jordan, J. Paffard, M. Bethune, A. Twitchell. 




i 



J 



>rf 



Y 



THE CHOIB 
Front Row: D. Stringfellow, C. Auxier, K. Grant, S. Spalding, S. Allen, M. Elsemore, P. Ware, 
L. Scott, M. Hutchins, C. Kent. 

Back Row: S. Hill, C. Thomas, S. Wilkinson, C. Hutchins, S. Brennan, M. Bidwell, C. Eaton, 
H. Beppert. Missing: J. Jordan, L. Lynch, A. Lynch, J. Paffard. 



52 




GYMNASTICS 





ABBOT ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

S. Kassler, President 
H. Jopling, Vice-President 
C. Bump, Secretary 
A. Kales, Treasurer 




TEAM CAPTAINS 
R. Cox, Head of Gargoyles 
J. Beecher, Head of Griffins 



"A" SOCIETY 
W. Bolton, C. Butler, M. Harriman, 
S. Brennan, M. Danielson, A. Kales, 
S. Kassler, H. Jopling, V. Pratt, 
President. 




54 




n 



-i 



n 



n 



n 



-i 



-i 



-i 



-i 



-\ 




55 




GRIFFIN FIRST TEAM TENNIS 
Front Row: K. Graham, E. Lott. 
Standing: N. Smith, M. Dyer, E. Bohlen, D. Car- 
penter. 



Judy Beecher and Caesar 





GRIFFIN CHEERLEADERS 

Front Row: S. Matthews, L. Lynch. 
Standing: H. Reppert, L. Scott, D. MacCorkle. 



56 




GRIFFIN FIRST TEAM HOCKEY 
First Row: A. Anthony, C. Ule, A. Kales, L. Corson, G. Hodges. 

Back Row: S. Kassler, S. Spalding, L. Erickson, H. Jopling, P. Rogde, R. Marshall, V. Crane, 
M. Upton. 




GRIFFIN FIRST TEAM SOCCER 
First Row: R. Osborne, M. Wilkins, M. Danielson, L. Lynch, M. Rethune. 
Back Row: S. Rrennan, A. Crane, G. Kohler, M. Feldblum, J. Renedict, P. Dufault, S. Hill. 



57 




GARGOYLE FIRST TEAM TENNIS 
Front Row: L. Knowlton, C. Kerr. 
Standing: S. Wilkinson, A. Hodgkinson, S. Foote, J. 
Draper. 



Rusty Cox and Lister 




4 





% 




G • 5 





c 



GARGOYLE CHEERLEADERS 
J. Spurgeon, H. Malone, D. Tod, D. Evans, L. Bacon 



* 




58 




GARGOYLE FIRST TEAM HOCKEY 
First Row: E. Wanning, J. Owen, J. Hagerman, C. Kimball, E. Holloway. 
Back- Row: A. Savage, S. Rothwell, J. Paffard, A. Fahnestock, S. Weber, C. Bump, M. Hill. 




GARGOYLE FIRST TEAM SOCCER 
First Roiv: E. Hyde, K. Krakauer, C. Butler, W. Bolton, D. Tod. 

Back Row: K. Stevens, O. Smith, S. Fox, H. Malone, M. Harriman, S. Davis, M. Sweet, T. 
Hydeman. 



59 




MODERN DANCE GROUP 

Seated: C. Laaff, A. Horn, A. Panayo- 

takou, L. Lynch, L. Low. 

Middle Row: A. Comas, E. Bohlen, 

E. Dexter, P. Edson. 

Back Row: M. Hutchins, V. Pratt, M. 

Drayton, T. Naetzker, L. Lister, A. 

Lynch, A. Davis, I. VardavouJis, D. 

Tod. Missing: H. Malone. 





60 



Notice. 



Those persons who feel favourably disposed towards 
the establishment of a 

JFtwalt Pft'gfc ^rltool 

iii the South Parish of Andover, are requested to meet 
at Mr. James Locke's on Tuesday evening next, the 
19th inst. at six dfclock, V- M. 

ANDOVER. FEB. 15. 1828 



MADAME SARAH ABBOT 



Signs like this were posted in prominent places 
around Andover to urge the founding of an 
academy. This developed into Abbot Academy. 




• , 



MR. WARREN F. DRAPER 




61 









^^mv^v : - 'r : 


s 


i 





■■^Ask 



m m 


















•^-S-v'-.^--, . ._ 













' 















. 






0' 



g^^rfh^f' / *u/ yf y 


*"y|P : 



^ 



hi 



'We won't fall down. . . .' 

"But 
we 

did 

fall 

down!" 




THE CLASS OF 1960 



ALICE ANTHONY 



CORKY AUXIER 



SALLY BABB 

SALLY BARNGROVE 
JUDY BEECHER 

MILLIE BETHUNE 

WENDY BOLTON 

SUSAN BRENNAN 
CINDY BUMP 
JULIA CABRAL 

AMELIA COMAS 



BARBI COOPER 
RUSTY COX 
LEXI CRANE 
PEGGY DANIELSON 
ADRIENNE DAVIS 
JANET DENNISON 
LISSA DEXTER 

MARGOT DRAYTON 
ANNA DUDLEY 



LOVES 

coffee ice cream, Weekapaug, Dominican 
Republic, rum, skunks, perfume 
the Army, money, money and more money, 
the Food Store 

"brown speckled eyeballs" 

the jewelers, guitar meets 
Biology — but even more, T.D. 

animals, sly people 

Flo & Kate, hiding cocoa, dimples, 
being queen for a day 
New York, singing, Gershwin 
to look ahead, the Abbot glide, Old Spice 
bottles, candles, corn-pads, merengues, 
tropical sun and moon, Revlon 
heavenly good, Jordan Marsh's and 
Filene's basements, Bacardi Rum 

obsequious names, coffee, South Sea 

Islands and their inhabitants 

tea sandwiches, Clarence (R.I. P. ), 

Pocono, private parties 

E.E. Cummings, her color choice, Spanish, 

chipped beef 

New York and Maine, stimulating people, 

the casual approach, T-birds 

sleep, jokes, "Birdland," "Scotch" 

"Madison" 

'Teanuts" 

lemon squares, Durgin Park, Filene's Base- 
ment, brawls, fermented cider 

disabled football players, daily mailbox 
dusters, "and all that jazz" 
people who send packages, fancy hair- 
dos, bananas, neat rooms 



PAULETTE DUFAULT Volkswagens, Fidel Castro, Rats 



MIKE DYER 



MAGGIE ELSEMORE 



Lovie, the Weavers, Jules Feiffer, 

French restaurants, steel bands, 

excitement; 

Thursday night study halls, spectator 

sports, symmetry; 



HAS AS PET PEEVES 

barf-green walls, bed-bugs 

storm pipes, warm-blooded room- 
mates, too much champagne served 
with breakfast, Mexicans 
fried eggs at a French table 

moles, sabres, and bracketteers 

Biology, rattling radiators, fat 

people 

people who don't like animals, 

children, smokers, weasels 

eating powdered cocoa 

her shadows, flat tires, short boys 

tie shoes, that know-nothing feeling 

Bed-bugs, mending furniture, 

moustache kisses, dirty snow 

people sitting on her bed, Manifest 

Destiny, unplucked eyebrows, bells and 

schedules 

pit dweller, Coley Moley, the 

Bracketteers 

Griffins 

Susie's crooked nose, plutonic 

relationships 

the solvable, foot class, hypocrites, 

neurotic people 

conceited boys, frogs, tea dances, 

bells; 

separate faucets for hot and cold 

water, unsynchronized watches 

gurgling radiators, dissecting worms, 

frogs and grasshoppers, vegetable 

dinners; 

moppish pony tails, fire bugs, stamp 

lifters 

daily mail from "across the street," 

cheering both sides at E.-A. games, taking 

/2 hour to wash hair 

the duck pond, the big ride, obse- 

ques, Fat Queens 

those whose olfactory organs are 

tinged with brown 

People who can't break rules 
"discreetly," Fenway 



70 



CONFESSES THAT 



WILL MISS 

Julia's snoring, Hey Lady! fire 

ropes, candles; 

Snow plows at 4 A.M., posture 

pictures 



IS ALWAYS FOUND 

absent minded, looking for something, 

shuffling around in the dark 

in the wrong place at the wrong time 



drying underwear on the radiator illustrating Great Poems 



store fronts, lantern swings 
Biology 

Pease 9, '58, Merry, amazing 

crawling across the dining room 
roof with Susie 
"Jacopo" 

the made-by-others schedule 
the patter of little feet in the 
early morning, "Lady Chatterley" 
fire ropes, raids, baking for W.U.S. 
sales, her private chapel service 

Belafonte bathtubs, the no-neck 

monsters 

the night watchman 

P.A., the Griffins and the tiffins 

those Abbot lunches 

snowhorses, B.B., Lester Lanin? 

breakfasts 

the snow horse, the hang rope 



six-handed bridge games and smoke- 
blue Sundays 
lending scales 



by the wrong people 
doing Biology 

in snack bar, retrieving her clothes from 

the bin 

on an escapade into the night 

blushing and explaining why, s-s-s-shing 

in the big chair, awake 

making chipmunk faces, closing bureau 

drawers 

talking rather loudly, thinking about a 

little island 

in a cigarette box 

asleep at 7:15 A.M. 

near Susie, at home, on the big couch in 
the Day Student room 
procrastinating 



AND STILL HOPES TO 

sail around the world on her 

own schooner 

see the South rise again 



get the green paint out from 
under her fingernails 
duel the mule 
to teach Biology at Abbot 

to baby sit at Walloon Lake 

to be an old maid 

have a quiet Day Student room 
speak French, stay blond 
love human race 

to fit in her black and gray 
suit 

to be seen by the field, meet 

Paul Newman 

relinquish her position as 

"monkey for the week" 

not to be able to get to school 

because of a snowstorm 

take that "Sentimental Journey" 



looking for glasses, hungry, dreaming, 

washing 

never 



pass Biology, recover from 

soccer 

eat a pizzaburger with Woo 

Woo Ginsburg 
drinking tea, sitting on her chair, worrying run into all her old friends 
about what to do next again 



in "Inner-Sanctum' 
in the library 



see LA. and Sandy Koufax 

pitch 

patent her diet signs 



the Baby D's, the beat room, Bracketting 

Twetches 

the spirit of freedom Abbot lavishes brushing teeth, munching chocolates 

upon one . . . 



my advisees next Christmas 



in Mrs. Crane's office 



have a Buddy 

travel around the world, meet 
Kruschev, have her own teeth at 90 

hear from Frank Sinatra 



71 



THE CLASS OF 1960 



MARY FELDBLUM 
SALLY FOOTE 
LYNNE FURNEAUX 
KRISTI GRAHAM 
JOANIE HAGERMAN 
BARBIE HEINDEL 
ANN HODGKINSON 

ALICE HORN 

JANE HUMPHREY 

CLARISSA HUTCHINS 

MARY HUTCHINS 

TERRY HYDEMAN 

SALLY JASPER 

SUNNY JENNINGS 

HANNAH JOPLING 

ANNE KALES 
SUSIE KASSLER 

CAROLYN KENT 

LINNY KNOWLTON 

GILL KOHLER 

DEBBY KRICHELS 

BARBIE LEWIS 

SUSIE LOTHROP 
MIMI LOTT 

HEATH MALONE 



LOVES 

the best of everything; 

Grotdummers, CHLA, N.Y. taxi drivers, 
yellow drivers; 

Princeton Triangle Club, Huntsville 
Hockey Team, those lumberjacks 
that certain guy from N.H. 

cooing pigeons, Thursday night study 

halls 

pleads the 5th amendment 

convincing Americans there are ghosts 



Saturday night entertainments, Paris 

indescribable nothings; 

Milk new shoes, Pluto, General DeGaulle 

iceboxes, sleep 

denim jackets, black nylons, Italian 

hair-dos, Romano 

Thursday night study halls, vegetables, 

red couch, brown skirts 

Thursday night study halls, spring term 

squish heels, eating powdered cocoa 

gullible people 

principles, Florence and Catharine, 
"damn straight," "Do-o-o-o something!" 
sleep, Saturday buffets, EDP 

chunka chocolats, the "Miss T," the Cape 
and Silver Beach 

pickles, cheese, male mail, foreign cars 

Tom Lehrer's Alma Mater, slippery 
European men 
pickles, people 

E.E. Cummings, early morning walks 
existentialism, farm boys, bull sessions 

hot, sunny days at the Pass, water skiing, 
southern relaxation 



HAS AS PET PEEVES 

seeing % of "Sunset Strip," non- 
believers; 

liver, clearing breakfast, white jacket 
zippers; 
"the chubby beebee" 

cool prep, heifers, used wedding 
rings 

people who call no. 7 little, one- 
sided gin games, defeatists; 
her loud voice, cheese souffle, choral 

chewing gum and sucking sweets 
loudly, fingernails scratched down a 
blackboard 

philosophical poets, student recitals, 
people who think she's naive 
dusty mailboxes, roommate's mid- 
night soliloquies, Dexter Watchclock Co. 
the "Herald Tribune," telephone 
bills, Algeria 

anyone else's will power, growling 
stomachs, conceited men 
classical music, "why don't you wear 
lipstick?", book borrowers 
chewing gum loudly, loud bedside 
clock, "April in Paris" 
breakfast, Danish rounders, playing 
flute in Abbot plays 
people who think they're tin gods, 
moon face 
Mack the Knife 

sports and peeves done by room- 
mates, hair bands 
"three things," narrowmindedness, 
required church 
imitations of Shellev Berman, 
analyzing letters, "potent" orange 
juice and the fat queen 
the usual 

the frog, the shot, the lost sense of 

humor 

snapping gum, little fat heads 

Lexa, Mondays 
Wednesday morning toast, 
gymnastics 

The man with a line, acting with- 
out thinking, Monday themes 



72 



CONFESSES THAT 



WILL MISS 

the "Big 8," pyromaniacs 

Florence, the ski room, the studio 

his fat face 

T'ain't very likely 

Sunday walks with little no. 7, 

Abbot skiing 

early morning hours in the John, 

pen in hand 

everyone at Abbot 



two big rooms 

escapades of 4 room above, Boston 

Hill skiers 

Monday 1st period volleyball 

the bells, a messy room, A.D.'s alarm 

clock 

the movies every Saturday 

bickering with roomates, chocolates 

from Exeter 

the damn spot, the slope of her 

Abbot bed 

Sunday morning's squealers 

those "pick on Ann D nights" 
the fire escape 

pencil stubs in chapel, the parlor 

paper 

the Baby D's and the beat room 



IS ALWAYS FOUND 

everywhere in general but nowhere in 

particular 

with Weebes in the slit wall 

in room no. 230 with Chestah, 

Ahthah & McAhthah 

writing letters, any choice place that's 

available 

looking out the window, fighting the 

Civil War 

where she shouldn't be 

opening and shutting the window in her 
room trying to regulate the heat 

digging up blind dates 

collecting for the New York Times 

reading the New York Times 

doing exercises, not ready 

in the front office pestering Mrs. O'Neil 

in the John, brushing teeth 

on the telephone 

consoling advisees 

at the wrong time 

wearing a wig or a black mantilla 

wandering 

bowling, bracketting 



AND STILL HOPES TO 

meet S.K. 

paint a Post cover 

knock his other front tooth out, 

retain my "oot" and "hoose" 

do so many things but none to 

tell 

find new fife in New Jersey 

go to Boston Hill 

speak with an American accent 

get into Fidelio 

fully collect 

ride a bike across the circle 

travel around the world 

return to Borne 

keep "Cook'mg 

be an 87 pound weakling 

squash the "weenie," be queen 

for a day 

sing the right note 

sing Jeannette Isabella at the 

Met 

win an argument with ASW 

go to the "marvelous party" 



P.A. 

poisoning pigeons in the park 

going to church, those "divine" P.A. 
boys, that b-i-g trunk room next door 
P.A. campus, the snow flakes 
S.W.A.C, Misschords, Florence 

Not being' at P.A. in '61, psychological 
discussions with Marcia, Pease House 
'56-'59 



in a state of confusion, under beds 

wearing turtle-necks and going barefoot 

at the dentist 

at the SCS, "on the road" 
in her roomy's messy room 

trudging up the hill, in the Key Club 



catch up on history outside 

reading 

go to Greenwich Village 

to smile in class picture and be 
queen for a day 
know the why's and what's 
lose 10 pounds, marry a doctor 

make a trip to Ponca City, 
Oklahoma 



73 



THE CLASS OF 1960 



JOICE MATTEIS 

JOYCE NASSAR 
BARBIE NORR 

CHARLOTTE PALMER 

ADA PANAYOTAKOU 
GINNY PRATT 

DIANE RALPHS 

PHYLLIS ROSS 
MARCIA SALIBA 

AIDA SHARABATI 

CALLY SHERMAN 
CINDY SMITH 

MARY-CANDACE SMITH 

NANCY SMITH 

OLEA SMITH 

SUE SPALDING 

KATHY STEVENS 

TANGIE TARBELL 
DOROTHY TOD 

ANN TWITCHELL 

ANNE VALKENBEURGH 
BETH VAN WINKLE 

SARAH VON DER HEYDE 

BRENDA WALKER 

SUE WALLACE 
SUE WEBER 

MIG WILKINS 

SUSIE WILKINSON 



LOVES 

photographers, Porsches 

Brooks, continental men, Fridays 
life, love and the pursuit of happiness 

Mexico, . . . etc. "the wonderful town," 

arguing 

back scratching 

trader vies, Birdland, Louis and Keely, 

Stowe 

messy rooms, surfers, N2, cooloo zooloo, 

nites not at Abbot 

controversial conversations 

boys with cute nicknames 

camels, closets, slide-"rules," to 

analyze 

band leaders 

H.L.S., S.K.S., S.L.S., mails and males, 

senior coffee 

Johnny Reb 

BDS, weddings, rings, RHVFD no. 1, 

Guatemala, A. B.C. problems 

radio, messy rooms, long Thanksgiving 

weekends, leaves 

cats, pants, and freedom 

fake pony tails, storms 

urchins, mail, weekends 

to be on time, stockings, to play the role 



HAS AS PET PEEVES 

persistent pests 

Andover boys, the bull slinger 
orders to cut one's nails 

college application blanks, calories 

American boys 

Dorothy's open drawers, cookies, 

Filene's basement 

Worshipping every day and twice on 

Sunday, kleptos, B and D, late train 

ranting radiators 

dumb brunettes, deadlines 

Gratin bien lave, Phenolphthalein, 

"do you live in a tent?" 

Abbot . . .en masse 

stale cigarettes and open windows 

answering letters 

fanny exercises, rationalizing, bum 

knees 

long speeches, kleptos, sports, Abbot- 

eers, preppy conformists, pork 

"Oh! I thought you were a Prep!" 

bad kidneys 

white sneakers, checking out 

kleptos, 6:45 A.M., messy rooms 
Virgin's bubble gum, Heat! 



Washington's, outer spacemen, Mr. Porno ivy, bracketteers 



money 

long fingernails, the highland fling, 

bracket 

food, tall men 

painted pinkie nails, chocolates for 

breakfast 

food 

freedom, southerners, close harmony 

jello, stuffed animals, and the Air 

Force Academy 

E.S.P. 



people who pick on gullible people 
piano stools, nicotine stains, 
U.S.S. Perry 

noisy snowplows at 6 A.M., a per- 
petually empty mailbox 
thousands of split ends, dropped 
stitches 

rollers, writing letters 
people who don't write letters, small 
rooms, Sunday afternoons 
people who "riot in Africa," before 
chapel 
scallops and olives and snow and . . . 



74 



CONFESSES THAT 



WILL MISS 

those pick on AnnD nights 

the Day Student gossip 
fascinating voluntary sports, Baby 
D's and weenies 
scene at dawn on the circle 

fighting for W.U.S. 

getting up at 6:45 A.M., Dottie-e-e! 

senorita sneak, raids, dining room's 

garlic smell 

the inconclusive corridor confabs 

the "Martian," Peace 12, '58, 

peroxided streaks 

her names, black birds, citizens at 

Abbot 

happy Sunday afternoons 

the rising bell 

the vacations 

the olive bottle, Muzzy, Moley & 

Muley 

raids, senorita sneak, secret police 

Miss Hatch 

Jacopo, giving advice, decorating 
D.S. room 

raids, senorita sneak, Saturday leaves 
Our Lady . . ., and B. and D. 

Pit dweller, saber- tooth and iron- 
haired kids 

third floor jam sessions 
the Baby D's, the beat room 

heavenly goo and toll house special 

Abbot Sundays 

"red Indians" 

E.C. and Sunday C. walks, Miss- 
chords, 

the midnight music of rattling 
radiators 
Roommate's messy room 



IS ALWAYS FOUND 

drinking coffee, plucking the same 

4 chords on the uke 

in the "A" Shop 

in double-entendre conversations, 

reforming 

procrastinating 

getting unintelligible phone calls 
not at Abbot 

in wrong place 

doing cerebral calisthenics 
in the little room 

in a quiet, comforting and expressive 

state of confusion 

always late 

on her way to the snack bar 

head and shoulders above the crowd, 
looking at her bulletin board 
Discussing "chat" dreaming and looking 
for froobies 
on leave 

in cubicle 106, in front office with 

Terry 

in D.S. room 

nowhere, especially at the right time 
making a mess, at the dentist. . . . 
unchaperoned 
with Piper Cub 

spazzing and being gullible 
in the red plaid dress 

sleeping with her animals 

loing fanny exercises 

looking out the window 

where she's not supposed to be 

"Running Bear" 

sitting on the radiator 



AND STILL HOPES TO 

snow worm 

attend Brooks 

be a non-existent weenie 

do many, many many things 

go around the world 

get to breakfast on time, read 

Freud and be an intellect 



ascertain the answers 
attend P. A. summer school 

catch her plane? 

see Abbot's social life improve 
forget food 

bring a cigar to smoking hour 

Doesn't everybody? 



look 21, have a neat room 

make Fidelio, clear out lower 
classmen during study hall 

become a 40, become a Boston 

beatnik 

join the P.S. league 

drown out Joice's uke 

reign supreme as the fat queen 

find a truthful "red Indian" 

be wicked 

conduct a successful diet 

sit on the "right" side in 

church 

win the race to vespers 

squish her icecream to make 
spiral nebula 



75 





Friedemann Stutz 
Gerlingen bei Stuttgart 
Bruckentor 6, Germany 

Through SAVE THE CHILDREN Federa- 
tion needy children are sponsored in under- 
privileged and disaster areas in the United 
States and in free countries overseas. 




Mr. and Mrs. Bonde 



76 



Abbott, Charlene M.— 3 Maple St., Wilton, New Hampshire 

Allen, Sally E.— 105 The Vineyard, Kenwood, Oneida, New York 

Bacon, Linda E.— Smith Ridge Road, New Canaan, Connecticut 

Barnes, Laurinda— 13 Winter St., Plymouth, Massachusetts 

Bartlett, Rebecca A.— 3628 North Van Ness Boulevard, Fresno, California 

Barton, Margaret W.— 1806 National Ave., Rockford, Illinois 

Benedict, Jane D.— 80 Bartlet St., Andover, Massachusetts 

Bennett, Cynthia E.— 36 Salem St., Andover, Massachusetts 

Bidwell, Mary A.— Route 7, Hickory Lane, Greenville, South Carolina 

Blake, Charlotte H.— Stanwich Road, Greenwich, Connecticut 

Bohlen, Elizabeth H.— 324 Livingston St., New Haven 11, Connecticut 

Boynton, Susan R.-U.S.O.M./H. & S. Division, Box 32, Navy 150 

c/o FPO San Francisco, California 
Bradley, Robin— 17 Jewett Lane, South Hadley, Massachusetts 
Brown, Beverly J.— Box 28, Woodstock, Connecticut 
Brown, Margaret C— 138 Main Street, Andover, Massachusetts 
Buerger, Anne L.— Old Sands Point Rd., Sands Point, New York 
Burton, Suzanne— 66 Central Street, Andover, Massachusetts 
Butler, Carolyn— 98 Cheever Circle, Andover, Massachusetts 
Carpenter, Deborah A.— 15 West St., Fair Haven, Vermont 
Cecil, Kitty C.-Box 161, Easton, Maryland 

Christelow, Eileen— Hidden Meadow Lane, New Canaan, Connecticut 
Cohen, Marlene— 374 South St., Needham, Massachusetts 
Concemi, Mary— 17 Cyr Drive, Lawrence, Massachusetts 
Conrad, J. Andree— Avenida Sajo No. 7, El Rosal, Caracas, Venezuela 
Coolidge, Susan— Argilla Rd., Ipswich, Massachusetts 
Corson, Linda R.— 2013 Church Road, Flourtown, Pennsylvania 
Craig, Sherry— 131 Main Street, Box 458, Nantucket, Massachusetts 
Crane, Bethiah B.— 9 Abbot Street, Andover, Massachusetts 
Crane, Valerie— Manchester Center, Vermont 
Currier, Mary L.— 61 Chestnut Street, Andover, Massachusetts 
Davidson, Cynthia M.— West Lake Rd., Skaneateles, New York 
Davis, Stephenie— Long Hill Road, Woodbridge, Connecticut 
Davison, Judith J.— 239 North Adams St., Manchester, New Hampshire 
DeStaffany, Muriel— 311 South Main Street, Andover, Massachusetts 
Dow, Carolyn L.— Waldingfield Rd., Ipswich, Massachusetts 
Draper, Judy G— 7715 Whitefield Place, La Jolla, California 
Easton, Dorothy— 51 Andover St., Andover, Massachusetts 
Eaton, Cynthia M.— 2 Church Street, Belfast, Maine 
Edson, Priscilla L.— 2121 Vermilion Road, Duluth 3, Minnesota 
Ely, Elizabeth B.-3020 Bronson Road, Fairfield, Connecticut 
Erickson, J. Lee— Inagua, Bahama Islands 

Eustace, Rosemary— Zacatlan #8, Colonia "La Paz," Puebla, Puebla, Mexico 
Evans, Dorothy A— 1713 Third Ave., New Brighton, Pennsylvania 
Everett, Cynthia— 162 Center St., Concord, New Hampshire 
Fahnestock, Ann C— Sycamore Lodge, Roslyn Harbor, New York 
Farnsworth, Martha C— Porter Road, Andover, Massachusetts 
Feldblum, Katherine— 18 Nassau Drive, Great Neck, New York 
Field, Carol A— 280 Rumstick Point, Barrington, Rhode Island 
Field, Hilary D— 19 Fox Hill Lane, Darien, Connecticut 
Fisher, Christine-Ellen— 205 South Center Street, Marshalltown, Iowa 
Fitts, Deborah W.— Hidden Field, Andover, Massachusetts 
Flint, Charlotte E— Brooks School, North Andover, Massachusetts 



77 



Foster, Edna R.— "Pine Hollow," 10 Cherry St., Wenham, Massachusetts 
Fox, Susan— 17 Appletree Lane, Andover, Massachusetts 
Gilbert, Julie A.— 27 Spring Glen Terrace, Hamden, Connecticut 
Gillingham, Natalie M.— 63 Highland Road, Andover, Massaschusetts 
Goehring, Jacqueline L.— Bolton Road, Harvard, Massachusetts 
Goldthwait, Joan— St. George's School, Newport, Rhode Island 
Grant, Karen— 18 Tewksbury Street, Ballardvale, Massachusetts 
Grant, Katharine M.— Blinn Lane, Middlebury, Vermont 
Gray, Pauline-153 East 82nd Street, New York 28, New York 
Haartz, Karla E.— 60 High Plain Road, Andover, Massachusetts 
Hale, Marianne D.— 3021 Golf View Drive, Vero Beach, Florida 
Harriman, Martha B.— 231 Chestnut St., North Andover, Massachusetts 
Harris, E. Ann— Pilot Rock Lane, Riverside, Connecticut 
Haselton, Gloria L.— 82 Holt Road, Andover, Massachusetts 
Hayes, Hilary— Off Phillips St., Andover, Massachusetts 
Henry, Margaret L-— c/o First National City Bank of New York 

Juan Luna, Manila, Philippine Islands 
Hill, Marcia M— 841 North Main Street, Rockford, Illinois 
Hill, Nancy E.-Old Post Road, Bedford, New York 
Hill, Susan B.— 12 Forbes Lane, Andover, Massachusetts 
Hodges, M. Gray— 106 Dover Road, Wellesley 82, Massachusetts 
Hoffman, Barbara— 463 Hollow Tree Ridge Road, New Canaan, Connecticut 
Holcombe, Carolyn— 35 Amherst St., Milford, New Hampshire 
Holloway, Elizabeth W.— 14 Marshall Ridge Road, New Canaan, Connecticut 
Hyde, Elizabeth A.— 169 Main Street, Andover, Massachusetts 
Joline, Wendy H.-55 East 72nd St., New York 21, New York 
Jordan, Judith V.— 707 Thomas St., Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania 
Kaiser, Karin R.— 980 Hale Street, Beverly Farms, Massachusetts 
Keegan, Eileen— 52 Lincoln Street, Andover, Massachusetts 
Kerr, Claudia— 44 Highland Street, New Haven, Connecticut 
Kimball, Cynthia F.— 66 Bartlet Street, Andover, Massachusetts 
Kimball, Margaret R.— 66 Bartlet Street, Andover, Massachusetts 
Knight, Sarah J— 1445 Fort St., Montreal, Quebec, Canada 
Kopelman, Karyl— Messenger Lane, Sands Point, New York 
Krakauer, Kathrin A.— 9 George Street, Andover, Massachusetts 
Krause, Kathie— 8 Elliott St., Exeter, New Hampshire 
Krippendorf, Cheryl A.— 1 Clifton Park, Marblehead, Massachusetts 
Laaff, Carolyn D.— Reservation Road, Andover, Massachusetts 
Learned, Lauchlan M.— 296 High Street, Newburyport, Massachusetts 
Levin, Nina S.— Crow Hill Road, Mt. Kisco, New York 
Lister, Linda E.— 29 Norman Road, Hamilton, Massachusetts 
Low, Loring— 198 Jerusalem Road, Cohasset, Massachusetts 
Lyman, Martha C— 59 High Street, Greenfield, Massachusetts 
Lynch, Andrea— 5577 LaGorce Drive, Miami Beach 40, Florida 
Lynch, Linda— 5577 LaGorce Drive, Miami Beach 40, Florida 
MacCorkle, Danna— 35 Forest Drive, Springfield, New Jersey 
MacDougall, Anne C— 190 Middlesex Ave., Wilmington, Massachusetts 
Magid, Karin A.— 20 Norris Lane, Scarsdale, New York 
Marshall, Caroline P.-918 West Sixth St., Red Wing, Minnesota 
Marshall, E. Berry— Phillips Academy, Andover, Massachusetts 
Mason, Martha L.— 62 Hoodridge Drive, Pittsburgh 28, Pennsylvania 
Matthews, Nancy C— Rosebrook Road, New Canaan, Connecticut 
Matthews, Suzanne— 38 West Road, New Canaan, Connecticut 



78 



McClennen, Persis— 2201 North Central Ave., Phoenix, Arizona 

Miller, Danica— 342 Highland Ave., Meadville, Pennsylvania 

Moore, Margaret A.— P.O. Box 156, East Norwich, New York 

Moriarty, Lynne E.— 154 High Plain Road, Andover, Massachusetts 

Morton, Jane A.— South Road, Rye Beach, New Hampshire 

Moulton, Elizabeth W .— 39 Warren St., Salem, Massachusetts 

Moulton, Emily L.— 39 Warren St., Salem, Massachusetts 

Muller, Frederica I.— P.O. Box 155, Newtown, Connecticut 

Naetzker, Terry A.— 4 Park Lane, Lakewood, New York 

Nassikas, Constance J.— 239 North Gate Road, Manchester, New Hampshire 

Nicholson, Sandra— 46 North Street, Grafton, Massachusetts 

O'Brien, Cordelia F.— Sunset Rock Road, Andover, Massachusetts 

O'Rourke, Maureen E. C— 22 Split Oak Drive, East Norwich, New York 

Osborne, Barbara M— 32 Moon Hill Road, Lexington 73, Massachusetts 

Osborne, Marthe— 32 Moon Hill Road, Lexington 73, Massachusetts 

Owen, Julia M. D— 11 Cresecent Street, Greenfield, Massachusetts 

Paffard, Jane— 106 Beaver Road, Sewickley, Pennsylvania 

Perry, Mary T.— 118 Hazelcraft Ave., New Castle, Pennsylvania 

Power, Margaret— United Nations Mission in Iran 

c/o American Embassy, APO 205, New York, New York 
Purser, Judith S.— 275 Riverside Ave., Riverside, Connecticut 
Reppert, Helen P.— Shingle House, Route 1, Ossining, New York 
Rogde, Phyllis A.— 15 Foxcroft Road, Winchester, Massachusetts 
Rothwell, Susan G.— Nonquit, South Dartmouth, Massachusetts 
Savage, Anne D.— 23 Mowbray St., Bay Shore, New York 
Scott, Linda— 86 Jacobus Ave., Little Falls, New Jersey 
Seeche, Sharon L.— Sutton Hill Road, North Andover, Massachusetts 
Smith, Joan H.— 21 Arbor St., Wenham, Massachusetts 
Smith, Sybil P.-203 South Willard Street, Burlington, Vermont 
Spurgeon, Joan B.— 35 Lin wood Ave., Newton, New Jersey 
Stahlbrand, Carolyn K.— Cross Road, Boxford, Massachusetts 
Stern, Chris O.— Hermitage Farm, Lyme, New Hampshire 
Stouffer, Stephanie L.— 145 Shore Road, Old Greenwich, Connecticut 
Stringfellow, Dorothy S.— 5800 Huntly Road, Richmond, Virginia 
Swanberg, Linda R.— Woodway Ridge Lane, New Canaan, Connecticut 
Sweet, Meriby— 2 Stinson Road, Andover, Massachusetts 
Tevepaugh, Ann C— 4212 Stuart Ave., Richmond, Virginia 

Thomas, Caroline— The Brick House, Ring's Island, Newburyport, Massachusetts 
Thurber, Julia B.— West View Farm, Charlotte, Vermont 
Ule, Carol— 5 Loch Lane, Town of Rye, Port Chester, New York 
Upton, Mary R.— 39 Fearing Road, Hingham, Massachusetts 
Vardavoulis, Iris A.— 173 Main Street, Andover, Massachusetts 
Von der Heyde, Abby C— Hawks Hill Road, New Canaan, Connecticut 
Wanning, Esther— Ulster Landing Road, Box 124, R.D. #4, Saugerties, New York 
Ware, Patricia— 31 Ridge Road, Concord, New Hampshire 
Wells, Mary D.— Tiffany Road, Norwell, Massachusetts 
Wheeler, Dorothy T.— Brushy Ridge Road, New Canaan, Connecticut 
Whitehead. Gretchen— 16 Edgehill Street, Princeton, New Jersey 
Wilkerson, Cathlyn— 363 Mayapple Road, Stamford, Connecticut 
Wood, Elizabeth M.— Box 631, Newburyport, Massachusetts 
Worcester, Elizabeth MacP— 406 Vanderbilt Road, Biltmore Forest, 

Asheville, North Carolina 
Youngblood, Donna S.— 600 Asylum Avenue, Hartford 5, Connecticut 



79 



Patrons 



Mr. and Mrs. Phillip S. Babb 

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin L. Bacon 

Mr. and Mrs. William W. Barton 

Mr. and Mrs. George N. Beecher 

Mr. and Mrs. John Bidwell 

Mr. and Mrs. Morrison McK. Bump 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Conrad 

Mr. and Mrs. John G. Drayton 

Mr. and Mrs. William P. Dudley 

Dr. and Mrs. Dexter E. Elsemore 

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Eustace 

Mr. and Mrs. Clifford C. Goehring 

Dr. and Mrs. Charles S. Grant 

Mr. and Mrs. Karl Haartz 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Kohler 

Mr. and Mrs. Engelbert F. T. Krichels 

Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Magid 

Mr. and Mrs. John S. Mason 

Dr. and Mrs. Joseph T. Matteis 

Mr. and Mrs. Louis McClennen 

Mr. and Mrs. Edgar M. Moore 

Mr. and Mrs. Martin Norr 

Mr. and Mrs. S. Braymer Sherman, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest W. Smith, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Tevepaugh 

Mr. and Mrs. William M. Van Winkle, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Ver Bryck 

Mrs. Frederick E. Wagner 

Mr. and Mrs. Alden R. Wells 



80 



If music be the food of love, play on!" 

Duke, Twelfth Night 

GOOD LUCK FROM 

the 8 'n T 

and 

the Sour Grap 

of 1960 



Congratulations to the Class of 1960 



FORD'S COFFEE SHOP 
Main Street — Andover 



Where the Abbot girls meet 



Real Estate 

THE ANDOVERS - BOXFORDS 
Georgeton Area 

MRS. DAVID L. DARLING, Mgr. 

Office 66 Main Street 

Gr. 5-1430 ANDOVER Dr. 2-2114 



ROYAL McBEE CORPORATION 

Data Processing Division 

ELECTRONIC DIGITAL COMPUTERS 

PUNCH-CARD ACCOUNTING PROGRAMS 

RECORDS AND SYSTEMS FOR MANAGEMENT CONTROL 

Offices in Principal Cities 



81 





HILLS HARDWARE 




ATHLETIC GOODS 


SALEM 


Main Street Andover, Man. 


COCA-COLA 




Salem Depot 


MORRISSEY 


New Hampshire 


TAXI SERVICE 




Paul W. Collins, Prop. 




Telephone 59 




32 Park Street 




ANDOVER MASS. 




Telephone GR 5-0059 


THE 




FURNITURE BARN 




WILSON'S CORNER 




North Andover Mats. 


COMPLIMENTS 




OF 


CHARLES STEAK 
HOUSE, INC. 


MARUM'S RETAIL 


A. C. Kostandin, Pres. 

Private Dining Room 
For All Occasions 

Routes 125 and 133 

NORTH ANDOVER, - MASS. 

Telephone MU 2-7732 

(Closed Mondays) 





82 



J. P. EATON & WOLLASTON 
PROVISION, INC. 

Tel. Tel. 

CApitol Richmond 

7-1217 2-3452 

BEEF, LAMB, PORK, VEAL and POULTRY 

13-17 New Faneuil Hall Market 
BOSTON 9, - - MASSACHUSETTS 



rrtERDOUJBRooH moTOR inn 



PORTSMOUTH, NEW HAMPSHIRE 



Kenneth Wheeler Langley 



JLteJ^S 



Gifts • Casual Wear • Imports 



Meadowbroolc Motor Inn 
Donald James Langley Portsmouth, New Hampshire 

GEneva 6-0620 or 6-2700 



LAMPROS BROTHERS 



Lawrence 
Massachusetts 



With Greetings 
from the 

FOUR-FOOTED FRIENDS 
At Abbot 




ANDOVER, MASS 
TEL. GR. 5-2929 



FLOWERS 

FROM THE HEART" 



83 





BEST WISHES 


BEST WISHES 


from 


from 


HURRICANE HILL 


Your Friends 






on the 


Compliments 


WEST COAST 


of 




LOOK PHOTO, INC. 


Loving Memory 




of 


BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1960 


Dopey - Doggy 


THE ANDOVER 
SHOP, INC. 




Tailors and Furnishers 




Imported and Domestic 


Compliments of 


LADIES' CLOTHING 




and ACCESSORIES 


A FRIEND 





84 



Congratulations 

* CLASS OF 1960 * 

from 

CUTICURA 

WORLDS BEST KNOWN NAME IN SKIN CARE 



Cuticura Soap 
Cuticura Shampoo 
Cuticura Squeeze Talcum 



Cuticura Medicated Liquid 

Cuticura Hand Cream 

Cuticura Ointment 



Cuticura Snowy White Medicated Cream 



Cuticura Laboratories -:- Maiden 48, Mass. 



85 




ERRIMACK 



ALLEY NATIONAL BANK 

Continuous Community Service since 1814 



Andover 

Georgetown 

Haverhill 

Lawrence 

Merrimac 

Methuen 

North Andover 

MASSACHUSETTS 



MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP. 



Best Wishes from 
The Sealtest Foods Division of 

NATIONAL DAIRY PRODUCTS 
CORPORATION 

Lawrence -:- -:- Massachusetts 



SMART & FLAGG, Inc. 

Insurance Exclusively 
BANK BUILDING 



Greenleaf 5-6161 



MAIN STREET 



SPECIAL . . . 

Student Tours to Europe 
College Week in Bermuda 

Apply for Details 

BASSETT'S TOURS 

37 MERRIMACK STREET 

Haverhill, Mass. 



86 



Compliments of 


MARY ANN'S CARD SHOP 


ANDOVER DONUT 


Fine Yarns and Greeting Cards 


SHOP 


Personalized Stationery 




92 MAIN STREET 


- - excellent do nuts - - 


Andover Mass. 


Corsets — Elastic Stockings — Hosiery 


Compliments Of 


Lingerie — Surgical Supports 


THE DODGE ASSOCIATES, Inc. 


THE DAME SHOP 


Care of Trees and Shrubs 




268 Main St. -WENHAM, MASS. 


40 Main Street, Andover 


Telephone Hamilton 858 




Reservation Rd. - ANDOVER, MASS. 


Telephone GR 5-1658 


Telephone GReenleaf 5-0841 


D'AMORE'S 


Vr 




.^^F^^ 


SHOE SERVICE 


«gr i8(lio ^^^ 




1 Andover Inn \ 


Expert Shoe Repair 


l&L C/r jwadwoM I?m vjr 


Opposite the Library 


^^k~ ANDOVER. MAS STTS. jm? 




ROBERT N. FRAZER, lnnkuftr 




On The Campus 


GOOD LUCK - CLASS OF 1960 


UNITED CHAMPION 


of 


BEDDING CORP. 


PHILLIPS ACADEMY 


MAKERS OF 




GOLD SEAL 


Catering To Parents 


MATTRESSES - BOXSPRINGS 




HOLLYWOOD BEDS -CHAIRS 


And Guests Of 


DEN SUITES - LOUNGES - ETC. 


ABBOT ACADEMY 


400 MERRIMACK ST., LAWRENCE, MASS. 





87 



Compliments of - - - - 
DOUGLAS T. JOHNSTON & CO., INC. 

(Investment Counsel) 
and 

The Johnston Mutual Fund, Inc. 

(A Mutual Investment Company) 

247 Park Avenue 

New York 17, 
NEW YORK 





Compliments 
of 



FRIEND 



88 



LAWRENCE WHOLESALE DRUG CO. 



Lawrence 



Massachusetts 



89 




90 




Wedding Invitations 
Complete Service 

Fine Stationery and Engraving 
GIFTS GREETINGS CARDS 

M. T. BIRD & CO. 

39 West Street, Boston 
1286 Beacon Street, Brookline 



Compliments Of 

WRIGHT & DITSON 



462 BOYLSTON STREET 



Boston 16, — Massachusetts 



S. S. PIERCE CO. 



Est. 1831 



BOSTON, MASS. 
Home of Delicious Foods 



,f 




'"""iiHiS!!!!!!!!! 



/ 



'If 

III 

i>>a:!!l! 



iff | 

i plli')'!!! 1 - %***■ 

t imuiinn"!!!!!!!"" 



; 'uii t! fitiiiM — ";; ;-;!^— '■" ; ""» a """" ? '"*""' 



.11 

.4 



(ilftfltlMMMtllttlMitltilitltiiiMi 

lilSIICilliiiiniiMii iiiinaiiiiE 

^ ^ >lllllllllll!lllllllllllHIIIIIIII.,|i, . 

ii? 8 « '..4% m Mpi m>m iiiii 

llpllllli 



HJ^si ,. , 




91 



Telephone GR 5-1855 

ANDE'S 
BEAUTY SALON 

Thirty-one Main Street 

Andover — Massachusetts 

Ande's Coiffures Reflect Quality 
and Style 



F. A HISCOX CO., Inc. 




Department Store 



Household Linens, Rugs, 
Blankets, Curtains 

60 Main Street, Andover 



MACARTNEY'S 



Ladies' Sportswear 



5 Main Street - - - Andover, Mass, 



'YOU'LL FIND IT 



Since 1859 



AT TREATS" 



TREAT 



HARDWARE CORPORATIO 



LAWRENCE 



MASSACHUSETTS 



LAWRENCE'S 
LARGEST HARDWARE STORE 



NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND'S 



INDUSTRIAL DISTRIBUTOR 



92 



SCHOOL JEWELRY 



WATCHES 



JOHN H. GRECOE 

Watchmaker 
Jeweler 
Optician 

Certified Repair Service 

46 MAIN STREET 

ANDOVER -:- -:- MASS. 




357 North Main Street 
SHAWSHEEN 

'Where Drycleaning is an Art" 



DALTON'S 



PHARMACY 



Andover Massachusetts 



ANDOVER 
PLAYHOUSE 



Essex Street Andover 




PHONE LAfayette 3-5600 



TYLER & KEY 



Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 



FRUITS and PRODUCE 



33 Faneuil Hall Market 



BOSTON 9, MASSACHUSETTS 



// 



Merrimack Valley's Leading 
Family Department Store" 

1 1 Main St. - ANDOVER, MASS. 

309 Essex St. - LAWRENCE, MASS. 

Telephone GR 5*6161 



93 



<7U 




Q>uti£ (^ attlCftita 




Co. 


Best Wishes 


ARLINGTON - MASS. 




The care of trees for 


to 1960 


over 60 years. 


from 


Landscape Planting 
and Construction 


MARY'S and KATHY'S 


— Large Tree Moving — 


PARENTS 


Spraying, Pruning, Fertilizing 




(l8%) 





10 MAIN STREET HOUSTON 



Jewelry Store 



HOUSTON, TEXAS 



94 




95 



Compliments to the Class of I960 

H. J. NASSAR MOTOR CO. 

320 South Broadway 
LAWRENCE - - MASSACHUSETTS 



FINE FOOD COCKTAIL LOUNGE 

SHAWSHEEN MANOR 

349 North Main Street 
ANDOVER - MASS. 

MODERN ROOMS 

Telephone GReenleaf 5-5800 



OFFICE SUPPLIES - FURNITURE 
STATIONERY 

ANDOVER STATIONERS 

94 Main Street 
ANDOVER MASS. 

Most Complete Line of 
SCHOOL SUPPLIES 

Tel. GR. 5-3151 



"Your Local Specialists In Sports" 



WHITWORTH'S 
Rubber and Sporting Goods Store 



581 Essex Street 



Lawrence, Massachusetts 



Compliments to the 



Class of 1960 



MR. and MRS. FRED TOD, JR. 



96 






;-;-v^ 






© 



7 



■. i j 






v ; 

"v •' 



■' 'A.* 



•;■•■: I : :?<.t .'-:•■. **-»-■: 



■ ', . • -r »'. ■. 



\V* 







\ 








r%_ 







%^€ % ^^ 




At] 



Qak.,kornbu%i 

oj\K m.'aa 40U. Gj+V-all. 




97 



Compliments of 

A FRIEND 



S H B 



CONGRATULATIONS and BEST WISHES 
To The Class 



of 



1960 



PI 

STB EL 



LOTHROP-STEIGER STEEL COMPANY INC. 



FRAMINGHAM - MASSACHUSETTS 



Distributors of Stainless Steel 



98 



As Usual — — The Unusual 



Compliments of 
the 
ANDOVER 

GIFT HOUSE 




BILLINGS, INC. 

Jewelers — Opticians 



ANDOVER 



MASS. 



THE COFFEE MILL 



Breakfast - Luncheon - Supper 

125 MAIN STREET 
Andover Mass. 



Compliments of 



A FRIEND 



Trading here you save with safety. 

a full and complete 

line of — 

REVLON BEAUTY AIDS 

CHANEL PERFUMES 

L'feNTHERIC TOILETRIES 



THE HARTIGAN 
PHARMACY 



Andover 



Mass. 



FOOTWEAR 



Style and Quality 



REINHOLD'S 



13 Main Street Andover 



99 




ror. cv%ofd 



mf-aChorxi 



TtllSSchaTjils 




/ 



fffilfi 






m 



<V W=? '-f-^}^^* 



%,;\ - - .lit. fWH! 

■SO |P 



::^^fe^^fc^" 



;^>** s ^* 




ABBOT HALL 
The original and for a long time the only school building, 
was built facing School Street in 18^9. It was named in honor 
of Madame Sarah Abbot, whose generous gift made its 
construction possible. 



100